Frank J. Zamboni middle school will be closed beginning Monday, March 16th through May 5th with possible extension. ------- Parents, it is important that students remain connected to school during this time. Please log in to Schoology to verify that your child is engaging with his/her teachers and completing assignments. Congratulations to Zamboni's Teacher of the Year - M. Bowman (6th grade Social Studies) ------ Congratulations to Zamboni's Classified Employee of the Year - Janet Palomares
NEW INFORMATION on PUSD closure!
DISTANCE LEARNING EXTENDED THROUGH THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR
Lunchtime fun...Mrs. Saikaly and Mrs. Chavez with their winning relay teams
WEB Students supporting at awards assemblies
7th grade WILDCATS perform a comparative analysis using fossils and bones to learn what it is like to be a paleontologist - Part of the Mobile Museum - An Ocean Experience provided by The National History Museum
2019 MESA Prelim WINNERS!!!!
GATE students trying to solve there way out of the escape room!
2019 MESA Preliminary Participants
WEB and cheerleaders showing some WILDCAT pride!
Turnaround Arts Mentor Chad Smith with dance teacher Ms. Jackson, Mrs. Saikaly, and some of Might Z's amazing dancers.
It is a privilege and an honor for me to serve as the Principal of Zamboni Middle School. My name is Sue Saikaly and I have been an educator for over 27 years, serving in various roles to include teacher, academic coach, assistant principal, and Principal.
My Team and I are dedicated to providing excellence and a quality education in support of student achievement. Providing our students with equity and access is a priority for us, as we continue to guide our students in achieving their goal of success in a safe environment. Parent partnership is crucial and I look forward to working with each of you as we ensure our students are college and career ready. I look forward to a successful year.
Please feel free to stop by the office with any questions or concerns.
Check your child's planner daily for homework assignments. Ask your child to show you his/her completed homework and ask your child questions that require and explanation of what he/she is learning.
WILDCAT Study Hall is now open Monday - Wednesday and Friday after school in the Media Center/ Library. Study hall provides a quiet place for students to complete homework and/or study and teacher assistance if needed.
At Zamboni, each week teachers nominate a student who demonstrates one of the eight WILDCAT Guidelines for Success. Nominated students are celebrated by their teachers and peers in the classroom and one student from each grade level is selected and celebrated school-wide.